Funny And Very Relatable Tweets About Job Interviews

If you have ever spent time going to job interviews and applying for a job, then you know that it can be its own kind of draining full-time work. It’s tiring and demoralizing. Luckily, people on Twitter are poking fun at the whole process. Here are some of the funniest tweets about the time and energy lost while answering to repetitive job interview questions.

Job Interviewer: So, tell me what special skills you have. Me:

At the interview, I was asked what my greatest weakness was. I said 'Honesty'. Interviewer said, ' I don't consider that a weakness.' Me. ' I don't give a shit what you think.'

[Petco] INTERVIEWER: We're looking for a real cat person. ME: *slowly pushes paperwork off desk* INTERVIEWER: holy shit

Interviewer: How do you explain this 4 year gap on your resume? Me: That’s when I went to Yale. Interviewer: That’s impressive. You are hired. Me: Thanks. I really need this Yob.

Interviewer 1: Describe yourself in one word Me: Hired Interviewer 2:[whispers] Holy shit can she do that??

INTERVIEWER: strengths? ME: I'm good at presenting both sides of an argument INTERVIEWER: great ME: which could also be a weakness…

Interviewer: how would you describe yourself? Me: verbally, but I've also prepared a dance

Interviewer: So tell me more about yourself Me: I'd rather not. I really need this job.

Hiring Manager "So, where do you see yourself in 5 years"? Me "Personally, I feel that my greatest strength is listening"

Me: What does the competitive salary mean? Interviewer: Your salary will be competing against your bills.

interviewer: name a weakness me: my questions sound like insults inte: um.. can you give an example? me: can you not think of one yourself?

Interviewer: are you a risk taker? Me: *opens ex's Instagram and likes a photo from 7 months ago* Interviewer: holy shit you're hired.

Interviewer: What's the biggest lesson that employment has taught you? Me: Efficient workers get punished with more work.

INTERVIEWER: can you explain these gaps on your résumé? INTERVIEWEE: o sure, i just hit Return a couple times. it's real easy, i'll show ya.

Interviewer: There’s pros & cons of working here, like we have lots of fun activities organised for the employees Me: … and the pros?

DOG: I think that job interview went well! *looks in mirror and sees ear was inside-out the whole time* Son of a

Interviewer: So what makes you think you would be a good waitress? Me: Well, I bring a lot to the table

They : Can we contact your previous employer to find out what you were like on the job? Me : Sure as long as I can contact your previous employee to find out what you did to drive them away!!

I was in a job interview the other day and they asked if I could perform

Interviewer: you want a very high salary for someone with no experience Me: well, this job is very hard when you don’t know what you’re doing

“can you explain this gap in your resume?” yeah, that was when i felt joy for the only time in my adult life

Hiring manager: The starting pay is $40,000, later it can be $80,000 Bestie: OK, I'll start later then

interviewer: why do you want this job? me: I've always been passionate about being able to afford food

Interviewer: we’re looking for someone who is responsible.  Me: I’m definitely the right person for the job. At my last job, whenever anything went wrong, they said I was responsible

5 thoughts on “Funny And Very Relatable Tweets About Job Interviews”

  1. “Where do you see yourself in five years?”
    “Celebrating the 5th anniversary of you asking me this question.”

    RIP Mitch Hedberg

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  2. I remember being asked a long time ago, “Why should we hire you? What are you bringing to our company?”

    Dude, what do you want me to say? Do you need a floor show? You’re interviewing me to do data entry. Accuracy and 80wpm really should be enough.

  3. Interviewed a guy one time and asked “do you have the ability to lift 40 pounds” His reply was “what, by myself?”

  4. I had an interview that took place in the pub on Friday lunchtime. The clincher was that my wife (who was also invited because they were a family owned company) could beat the MD at darts and drank pints.

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